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Frequent lockups on 6.7

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I just upgraded my server to 6.7 along with a new mobo, cpu, and memory. Things seem to run fine but I've experienced several lockups where the server becomes completely unresponsive. The web GUI will stop loading and the console is unresponsive. I have no choice but to force a shutdown and reboot. How can I determine what's causing this?

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Updated the bios and now it won’t even post. I should have just gone with intel. 

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2 hours ago, puckshaw said:

Updated the bios and now it won’t even post. I should have just gone with intel. 

What processor did you choose? 1000 series or 2000 series?

 

Have you taken a look at spaceinvader one's YouTube video on how to deal with Ryzen (specifically 1000 series)?: 

 

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2 minutes ago, ramblinreck47 said:

What processor did you choose? 1000 series or 2000 series?

 

Have you taken a look at spaceinvader one's YouTube video on how to deal with Ryzen (specifically 1000 series)?: 

 

1000 series. I can’t even get this thing running at this point. I’m just going to RMA it and grab an i3-8100. Shame on me for not doing more research before pulling the trigger on Ryzen. I had hopes of trying out some of the fixes to get it stable but I’m dead in the water at this point. 

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If have monitor attach, and system just hang without calltrace, then problem shoud be C-state problem during idle, pls try change C-state setting in BIOS ( Auto / Enable / Disable )

 

May 16 09:27:36 Tower kernel: [Firmware Bug]: ACPI MWAIT C-state 0x0 not supported by HW (0x0)
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3 hours ago, puckshaw said:

Updated the bios and now it won’t even post.

Ryzen system would lost BIOS setting after BIOS update, pls set correct boot device would be fine.

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7 hours ago, puckshaw said:

1000 series. I can’t even get this thing running at this point. I’m just going to RMA it and grab an i3-8100. Shame on me for not doing more research before pulling the trigger on Ryzen. I had hopes of trying out some of the fixes to get it stable but I’m dead in the water at this point. 

Sounds like you're giving up way too quickly. Once you get your settings right, Ryzen is perfectly stable for Unraid. What are your specs/components you're using for this system?

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